The Sacred Life (1-8)
- Restore the song to the joyless places in life by appreciative acknowledgement of the holiness that hides behind the appearances. Once that is done, you may move on if you wish.
- The sacred life does not engage in speech or actions without full consciousness.
- Unconscious living is the anaesthetic we give ourselves to forget the pain of the illusion of separation.
- One of the greatest weights mankind has carried, is the concept of comparisons. This creates the striving of competitiveness.
- When the heart is unclouded by needs and surrendered in the trust that life is benevolent, the surge of the river of life moving through us will always guide us into the highest choice.
- Living in a rut reduces access to resources. A rut is only a rut because of unawareness.
- If we hear the holy song of all we encounter, everything we touch turns to gold.
- Speak sparingly if you must, but carefully guard your speech patterns. Speech should encompass our highest vision.
Rather than focusing on what must be gone, focus on what must be expressed. Unexpressed authenticity creates unpleasant ghosts of the past by causing them to linger beyond their time.The Seer
From The Lemurian Science of Compassion by the Seer Almine (2014). The third, unpublished, part of the trilogy.